The Belly Of A Newborn Baby Sounds A Roar Accompanied By A Liquid Chapter?
Hello. My child is only 6 days old, and for 2 days his stomach has been crunching crunchy and accompanied by diarrhea. Why is that? What is the solution?
Good morning, thanks for the question
Newborns who get breast milk can defecate more often than babies who get formula milk, and can even finish breastfeeding every time (frequency 6-10 times per day), which is quite normal. Generally, usually after 3-6 weeks of age and so on, the baby will begin to defecate less frequently because bowel movement will slow down.
Rumbling is also quite normal. Rumble comes from intestinal peristalsis to push food. The sound can also be a sign that the baby is starving so the mother should be able to better recognize the signs of a hungry baby and to breastfeed her baby more often.
The important thing for mothers to notice is that if the baby looks uncomfortable or anxious, it is better to bring the child to consult a doctor. Especially if the complaint is accompanied by children appear in pain, vomiting, badab weight does not rise, or fever, it is necessary to suspect an abnormality in the gastrointestinal tract.
That's all, hope you can help